Up next... JUN 01st 7PM ET / 4PM PT Considering Art : Considering Lineage
Together, presented by Considering.Live™, we explore the work of Jon Key.
Key is a Queer Black man originally from the small rural town Seale, Alabama now living and working in Bushwick, NY. A writer, designer and painter, his work excavates the lineage and history of his identity through four themes: Southernness, Blackness, Queerness, and Family.
Through the process of writing, photography and painting, Jon’swork is portrayed graphically through four colors: Green, Black, Violet and Red. Respectively, these colors intertwine memory and intimate recounting of the four pillars grounding the work..
In this tour, we embark on some close looking. Together we ask: What do you see?
Last time... MAY 11th 7PM ET / 4PM PT Considering Art : Considering Globalization
Together, presented by Considering.Live™, we explore the work of Joseph Eze.
While speaking to an age of globalization where borders and cultures are in constant flux, Joseph Eze’s constructed world is not defined through the technologies of the digital age but by overlapping histories, artistic genres, and an exploration of social norms.
Ayobola’s work explores subjects connected to gender, mythology, power and the human condition. Informed by personal experiences and observations - Ayobola works predominantly with a technique known as quilling.
Unlike a typical museum / gallery tour experience, here at Considering.Art™ - it’s not really about us, we are more interested in YOU. Your ideas. Your way of seeing. Your thinking. 🙌
Never recorded, and each one unique, our interactive and explorative video tours last 90 mins in duration and are facilitated LIVE by your very own interpretative guides.
With a focus on contemporary and modern art, together we aim to explore some of the most pressing issues of today - bringing thoughts, feelings, and observations into a lively and sometimes challenging exchange.
We believe in the power of art and community as a means of building a more equitable, inclusive and just future.
Tours are FREE, open to ALL and broadcast LIVE from NYC Wednesdays at 7pm ET / 4pm PT.